Wildlife and Nomads: Conservation Challenges on the High Tibetan Plateau
George B. Schaller Ph.D., field biologist with Panthera and the Wildlife Conservation Society, based in New
York, has studied
wildlife on the high Tibetan Plateau for a quarter century and promoted its
conservation in cooperation with the local people and the government. Join him as he
describes this remote and uniquely beautiful part of the world which few
outsiders have seen. Schaller will be available following the lecture to sign his book Tibet Wild: A Naturalist’s Journeys
on the Roof of the World.
About Crown Jewels
Wednesdays to Sundays, 11 am to 5 pm
Presidio Trust Headquarters, 103 Montgomery Street, Presidio
Explore the challenges and triumphs of national parks around the world through Crown Jewels, a new exhibit at the Presidio presented by the Presidio Trust. Crown Jewels showcases five international parks through the eyes of experts, each with a lifetime’s work in that part of the world. Through narratives and striking photographs, learn about the challenges facing protected areas in Tibet, East Africa, Italy, Amazonia, and Australia. The exhibit is accompanied by a lecture series that invites the public to hear these remarkable stories from the researchers themselves.
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